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December 17, 1985

The Reagan Administration's draft 1987 budget calls for the elimination of the Interstate Commerce Commission, the nation's oldest regulatory agency, according to Administration and congressional sources. The commission--which oversees the trucking and railroad industries--is one of about two dozen programs and agencies slated for extinction in the spending blueprint prepared by Budget Director James C. Miller III, the sources said.

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